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vega suffered from mental illness when in his 20s. he is the executive director of san francisco's mental health association and took part in a news conference with legislators to boost support for mental health programs in california and across the country following the newtown shootings. but vega is opposed to the involuntary treatment programs in laura's law. >> i've had some bad experiences in mental health services. there's so many people who, precisely because they're afraid of things like coercion, things like being locked up, being labeled, they don't receive any services, they don't talk to anybody, they become more isolated. >> reporter: vega says that in the wake of a tragedy, politicians often rush to pass unhelpful legislation. >> the laura's law project was driven by this example of a tragedy and spoke to people's needs to want to try to do something different. and in this case it wasn't the right thing. but yet it can be that we rushed to create a solution before really thinking about what the implications are of it. >> reporter: the debate over involuntary treatme
cancellation of hundreds of flights and the ripple effects reached as far west as san francisco. >> after i found out my flight had been canceled after four hours of waiting in the airport, i had to wait another three hour customer service line, which i didn't even get to the end of before the booth closed. >> ifill: about a 1,000 people spent christmas night on cots at dallas/fort worth international airport. by dawn, patience was wearing thin. one fed-up pilot apologized to his passengers over the loudspeaker, after they were forced to wait on the tarmac for almost five hours. >> ifill: by this evening, the worst of the weather was moving into new england. but in its wake, nearly 200,000 customers had lost power across the southeast and midwest, making home for the holidays unexpectedly cold and dark. >> warner: still to come on the "newshour": court-ordered treatment for the mentally ill; deal or no deal; what's next, the view from the muslim brotherhood and massachusetts congressman barney frank. but first, the other news of the day. here's kwame holman. >> holman: toyota motor company
francisco southward into l.a. san diego, some rain layer early, giving way to sunshine into the afternoon. back to you guys. >> okay. thank you, reynolds. appreciate that very much. let's get back to our guest host john kanas. talk about banking. a lot of regulations that are supposed to go into effect that kind of haven't yet. what's the biggest that you think is going to have the biggest impact 2013? >> a number of things. the cfpb is yet to come out with the definitions of qualifying mortgages. which is -- >> consumer protection? >> consumer protection. it measures the ability to pay for mortgagees. that has the -- that has the potential to become a serious impediment in the mortgage -- >> when will that happen? >> we're not sure. it's all part of the dodd-frank. it should have happened. >> there's something like 200-plus regulations that are still not on the books yet. >> something like 200 more, 240 regulations that are not yet -- >> derivatives, still? >> yes. >> and when do you think that's going to happen? >> nobody's really sure. >> and what is it going to look like and what's th
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